"Win the race against trolls": the trademark implications of Trump’s Cuba policy reversal
On Friday, President Trump unveiled his plans to re-adjust the policy of the United States towards Cuba, announced that he was “cancelling the last administration’s completely one-sided deal” with the country. The move has implications for trademark owners, although in many respects overall strategies shouldn’t change – not least when companies are faced with third parties seeking to register their brands.
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